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The recently passed award-winning author of the memoirs Angela'a Ashes and 'Tis discusses his writing, his life, and teaching as a profession. He reads from Teacher Man: A Memoir.
©2005 92nd Street Y (P)2005 92nd Street Y

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  • Amy Franklin
  • 2015-05-07

God Bless Frank McCourt!

Iwish this performance was longer! I have read all three books by Frank McCourt and cherished each story as they have reflected aspects of my life. As a former teacher I praise him for his honesty about the profession - the day-to-day drudge, the lack of respect from others, the sustaining thrill of a positive review from a former student, etc. A fun aspect to this performance was the introduction by McCourt's oldest & youngest brothers. Hearing the banter between the three brought new life to Frank's stories.

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  • QueenAmazon
  • 2015-04-26

Not just for TEACHERS…GREAT LISTEN for EVERYONE!

Would you consider the audio edition of Frank McCourt at the 92nd Street Y to be better than the print version?

DEFINITELY!

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Great performance by an "Ordinary" Extraordinary Teacher Man. Insightful and FUN at the same time!

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  • Cheetah Chicken
  • 2019-04-07

I adore Frank McCourt & his stories

Classic Frank McCourt -- witty, insightful, funny, heartful. A fast listen that will leave you feeling grateful for Mr. McCourt.

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  • Readin' and Rockin'
  • 2015-08-21

McCourt Discusses Teaching in NY

A pleasant diversion but not a talk about his books or his life. You may enjoy but it's not a shattering performance.

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  • Sher from Provo
  • 2010-05-11

From One Teacher to Another

After reading so much about Frank McCourt and his brothers, it was a treat to listen to him and to them. Being a teacher myself, I certainly identified with the stories he had to tell. I would have loved to be in his class.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-07-24

Every teacher will love this, so will everyone.

This comic and nostalgic look at teaching is not to be missed. The author gives such a delightful spin on our school days. A look at how one Irish teacher struggled through the American school system.